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Bahay na Bato, Luna

(45+ reviews on the web)
Art Gallery Museum
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Reviews
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  • The artworks made of stones were nice and unique! For an entrance fee of $0.6, I enjoyed looking at the artworks and some were good for photo ops :) It is located beside a pebble beach so their's a go...  more »
  • This is place is very far from the town. It took us an hour jeepney ride before we reached the place. The whole place is greatly made by stones. Plenty of paintings can also be found inside. Try to vi...  more »
  • There were a lot of tourists when we visited. Parking attendants were a great help. There's not much to do, but there's art (wood and stone and painting) that you can appreciate. The pebble beach is a...  more »
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  • This is one of the prettiest places I've been too. There's art which you can appreciate and the beach is one of a kind with a pebble beach. Will definitely come back and appreciate the view again.
  • Great artwork. When you go to the gallery you must look at the floor. Many sea creatures/animals formed by different shapes and color of stones. Specially the jelly fish tentacles. Very creative.
  • It was okay. Nothing awe-inspiring. It is hot inside, no airconditioning for us. The thing that I remotely liked was that it overlooks the sea. The entrance fee is 40 pesos.
  • We didn't have a lot of time to explore the place, but what we saw with the limited time we had were awesome works of art. Makes you wonder and appreciate the method and time spent in carving the stone works you pass along the pathways. I wish I can go again, it's a great place.
  • For art enthusiast and mostly for people who love taking pictures. Better go at 4PM onwards to avoid heat from the sun.